Archive for the ‘Portrait’ Category

The Faces Behind diGusto | A Sudbury Restaurant

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

First I found myself at MIC and now I have made my way to  diGusto.  Having these two gentleman around me multiple times while photographing their establishments and culinary creations I finally got the opportunity to put these two brothers in front of the camera this morning for a quick snapshot.  I still think I came out with the better end of the deal as I walked away with a pizza and other goodies that I was reluctant to share with my wife.  Looking forward to photographing (and tasting) diGusto’s menu items next week.  Stay tuned.


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Sudbury Shop People | Sudbury Photographer

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

Either before the shoot starts or when it finishes I always like to create  a nice Portrait of my subjects while in the shop.  It’s a way for me to say “Thank You” for being a part of the shoot.  I hope he likes it.

James Hodgins Mining Industrial Photographer
James Hodgins is  a Mining Industrial Photographer based out of Sudbury Ontario Canada


Portrait Photography Sudbury

Friday, June 5th, 2015

While I was underground photographing for Maclean Engineering I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to photograph Roger Dunning who has been in the industry for over 20+ years.  For anyone who has been underground, you know how it feels when you are over 9000 ft underground……  Humid, hot, sweaty.

James Hodgins Mining Industrial Photographer\

James Hodgins is a Professional Mining Industrial photographer with over 20 years of experience.


Sudbury Photographer Takes Shameless Selfie

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

While on location last week James Hodgins (Mining Industrial Photographer) took a few seconds to quickly capture this Selfie while no one was looking.  When later asked “why” he took the image his reply was “To see how the Halo lights would illuminate the scene”.  Sources close to him revealed that the Sudbury based photographer will use himself as the subject for his test shots but some skeptics think he takes these selfies so that he can post shameless plugs on his Mining Industrial Website.  Either way, the lighting is flattering.

James Hodgins Mining Industrial Photographer
James Hodgins is  Sudbury Photographer servicing the Mining Industrial Sectors of Canada


Trains, Veins & Mineral Deposits

Monday, February 9th, 2015

The rails are heavily used in the mining industry to transport materials across the mine site and the conductors that operate them say they might have the best job on the site.

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James Hodgins is a Sudbury photographer specializing in mining industrial photography for corporate clientele.


Shop People | Sudbury Photographer

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Here is another chance I had to photograph an industrial worker that has never had his portrait created while working. I hope he enjoys the photo as much as I had creating it.

James Hodgins Mining Industrial Photographer
Sudbury Mining industrial photographer is based out of the mining Province of Ontario Canada.


Payton – Sudbury Portrait

Monday, September 29th, 2014

A few days ago I had the chance to photograph one of my teammates for some upcoming promotional/marketing material for her sponsorships.    Luckily for us it warmed up outside to a nice sunny 24 degrees which made the session much more productive.   She may look mean, but if I posted some of the outtakes you would soon realize that her demeanor is completely different when she’s not in the ring.  Here is one from Friday’s Session.


On-Site Portraiture

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

Just as I would in studio, when I create portraits on the job site I pay careful attention to the main fundamentals of good photography. Lighting, composition & exposure. However there is more to it than this, lens selection, aperture choice, background environment and white balance are key factors as well even when creating a portrait using simple ambient light.


Mining industrial photographer is based out of the mining Province of Ontario Canada.


Cousins. Your First Best Friend.

Monday, July 8th, 2013

I had the pleasure to see some family this weekend while at the cottage.   Knowing they would be coming and also the fact that I rarely see them, I always try to create some images for them to take home.  We thought our afternoon plans were going to get washed out with the storm clouds and rain but I knew that we would have a few moments with some great light to create some stunning images.  I also knew that I couldn’t just post one image of a single child as the other one would surely be upset with Uncle Jamie, so I opted for this quick sneakpeak image of my Niece and her favorite cousin.  Some Cousins make the best friends.

This was a 5 second snapshot.


More “Hot” images from my firefighter shoot

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Now that Alison has picked her favs  and they are on their way to her, I thought I would post the ones she picked.

and of course the original one I posted

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